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Handbook of Hydraulic Fluid Technology

   This book was specifically released to detail all latest major developments of the last years. This is the second edition of the book, updating the original release and remaining one of the most authoritative, popular and comprehensive publications on the subject. Some of the chapters have been completely revised, the content of the others was significantly expanded in order to account for all advances. The authors of the present volume approach the hydraulic fluids as a component of a complex system, and they mainly focus on the most important technological aspects. The handbook was prepared by the leading experts from around the planet, covering the major classes of fluids, paying attention to the design features, chemistry, selection and further maintenance of the hydraulic fluids, etc. In addition to that, the authors offer the readers a comprehensive overview of the technology and evaluate the benefits of the water from the ecological point of view, treating it as one of the alternative technologies available today. The complete overview is discussing the motors and pumps, reservoirs, valves and other associated topics, including lubrication, fire resistance, entrainment of the air, testing of the pumps etc. The combined efforts of the contributors have resulted in an excellent reference book helping readers i developing their understanding of hydraulic systems, including the basic hardware and components of such systems, properties of the fluids and lubricants.

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Engineering Mechanics - Statics and Dynamics

   We are introducing maybe the most popular and very highly respected publications on mechanics. This world recognized publication is mainly focusing on the development of the correct understanding of the fundamental principles rather than just addressing the specific methodologies. The author of this volume, Irving Shames, has covered all basic principles instead of applying the "cookbook" approach and his also did his best trying to make this book more readable. This release of the volume is the latest available one and it includes more than five hundred completely new technical problems that have all been checked for accuracy by the author, very carefully and rigorously. The topics of the book related to statics are covering the basics of mechanics, vector algebra and quantities, equilibrium equations, some introductory information on structural mechanics, and all other related topics, while the part of the book dedicated to the dynamics addresses particle dynamics, kinematics of rigid bodies including plane motion, dynamics relating to same, vibration matters etc. The text presented by the author is deservedly considered as invaluable source of technical reference for students of mechanical engineering; they way material is presented makes the volume so reader-friendly and numerous examples allow the students understand the theory much easier.


Advances in Fluid Mechanics and Turbomachinery

   The present book consists of a number of professional articles, most of them lie in the area of CFD, i.e. computational fluid dynamics. In addition to that, it also includes some experimental methods and diagnostic ways as applied to dynamics of fluids, turbo machinery and combustion. The associated papers are covering diverse topics, for example pipe, shock tube compressor flows, velocity and turbulence measurements etc. The book starts with the article providing some examples of recent fluid flow computations - in this chapter some introduction is given, together with the solution methods, temporal and spatial discretization, parallelization, governing equations, vortex breakdown, applications etc. The other chapters of the book deal with such aspects as the analysis and design of the turbo machinery blading, three-dimensional deviations in laminar flow, diaphragm bulge effects on shock tubes, numerical investigation of mixed convections, various boundary conditions for the pipe elements, measurements of the whirl distribution, axially excited rotating LL systems, rotating fluid flows, and many other related topics. Definitely a good source for people involved in the associated fields of engineering.


Basic theory of structures

   We know that nowadays there are so many really excellent books available on theory of structures; however this classic textbook definitely deserves close attention of the professionals and students of mechanical engineering. One of declared purposes of the publication was to provide students and pros with a very easily digested form of training course covering a very wide area of theory of mechanical structures in order to stimulate their interest. Considerable portion of this book was dedicated to the basic theoretical concepts of the behaviour of structures. There are some good control questions at the end of each chapter; they shall be used to track the progress and understanding of the material. We would strongly recommend to make as many attempts in solving them as possible. The correct answers to all numerical questions have been provided. The authors divided their work into twelve chapters, starting with the one addressing the equilibrium of structures; the following chapters deal with the shearing force/bending moment, complex stress and rolling loads, statically determinate plane trusses, deflection of beams, combined bending, direct stresses, buckling of struts, defection of trusses - both graphical and strain energy methods; in addition, separate chapter is there dedicated to the reinforced concrete. 


Standard handbook of engineering calculations

   This updated and thoroughly revised edition of the book is a true must-have for every engineer and technician regardless of the field of engineering activity. As a rule, such textbooks are very useful in setting the standards for calculations conducted in many different branches of engineering. The present book is very easy to use and does not contain any complicated calculation procedures. It shall definitely be treated as a very essential reference for any engineer, technician and student since it contains more than five thousand calculation procedures showing easy and quick calculation procedures and formulas that will allow the reader to solve most of the engineering problems that are usually encountered in the industries. Tyler Hicks, the author of the book chose the "cookbook" format and presented the material in the new form of detailed "recipes" describing the problems to be solved; the very easy to understand and follow, step-by-step procedures are there for every problem and the theoretical part is supplemented with numerous examples and cross-referenced calculations. The publication is packed with the modern calculation methods as well as the new data. Compared to the previous edition, this one includes new chapters on the HVAC procedures, design code changes, it complies with the very latest environmental regulations etc.


The Engineering Handbook

   The purpose of this Handbook is to provide readers with a ready reference source for the practicing engineers in various industries; it is written in a very comprehensive format and the material contained in it is divided into thirty sections encompassing the field of engineering. The ultimate goal of the author was to provide the latest updates in the classical engineering fields. It shall serve the needs of all engineers who are engaged in the practice of the their professions. The intention is to replace a huge number of books available today with one highly informative, nicely organized and very definitive source of fundamental knowledge. Nowadays, the fundamentals of engineering include so wide range of knowledge and empirical data; that is why this handbook focuses on the key concepts, models, and equations enabling the engineers to properly analyze, design, and predict the behavior of complex devices and systems, computers, circuits, plants, fuels, and the environment. The author has summarized all data and formulae making the main focus is the provision of the basic theories and appropriate concepts and their application to the field of engineering.


Structural Stability - Theory and Implementation

   This practical work is one of the most popular books on structural stability and is an outstandingly practical resource providing students and professional engineers in structural mechanics ad engineering with necessary background for easier transition from theory to practical design rules and, finally, to the computer implementation. It is a concise and very comprehensive intro applying the theory and principles of structural stability to the solution of the problems related to the practical building frame design. The special features of this book include classical solutions and the most important governing equations used in design, some selected examples of numerical and analytical methods, detailed info on the stability design rules, clear tables and illustrations, modern structural stability theories of frames and theories etc.


Modern Problems of Structural Stability

   The book addresses the stability of structures, which is one of the most interesting and important fields in mechanics. The present publication covers the fundamental concepts as well as methods and associated problems together with qualitative understanding of the phenomena of structural instability. The authors of the book included all latest theoretical and experimental studies on the dynamic and static stability. As a result, this work presents the recent achievements and provides readers with the necessary knowledge on bifurcation theory and sensitivity analysis, novel closed-form solutions, study of pre-/post-critical behavior, analysis of singularities of the stability boundaries, structures optimization under various stability constraints, stability analysis of multiparameter linear periodic systems, etc. All methods described in the book arevery constructive and can be easily implemented in computer programs. The very recent experiments on the dynamic stability of non-conservative systems are also presented here and are illustrated with a number of photographs for easier understanding.


Mechanics of Materials

   Obviously, the main objectives of the mechanics course shall be to develop in the students of mechanical engineering the ability to properly analyze given problems in a logical and simple manner and, in addition, to be able to apply a few well-understood fundamental mechanics principles to the solution of such problems. This seventh edition of the world popular Mechanics of Materials book is designed to serve as the perfect textbook for the first course in mechanics. The publication has undergone a complete edit of the language in order to make it even more understandable and easier to read. The approach chosen by the team of authors allows to develop all the necessary formulas used in this book in a very logical and rational manner.


Mechanical Vibrations - Theory and Applications

   The declared objectives of this book prepared by Graham Kelly are two-fold; the first one is to present the very basic principles of engineering vibrations to the reader, while the second purpose is to present those principles in a framework the readers will advance their knowledge and skill in solving the problems of mechanical engineering. This publication, therefore, is primarily intended for use as a textbook for junior- or senior-level students in vibrations. In the meantime, this book could easily be used in a courses populated by undergraduate and even graduate students. The latter chapters of this book will definitely be appropriate for use as a stand-alone graduate course in mechanical vibrations.


Materials for Engineers and Technicians

   This sixth edition of the book shall be treated as a very comprehensive but still quite accessible intro to the materials engineering which is intended to provide readers with a pretty straightforward yet readable approach to the subject; the publication includes a completely new chapter on the selection of materials, as well as updated discussion of new materials; in addition, the text has been supplemented with a complete glossary of key terminology used in materials engineering. The text of the previous edition of the publication has been significantly renowned in order to provide readers with an easy-to-understand explanations of the various topics of mechanical engineering. The authors have tried to avoid the excessive jargon and math complexity, making emphasis on the selection of materials. It will be equally valuable and useful desktop reference book everyone involved in mechanical engineering activities and studies.


Springer Handbook of Mechanical Engineering

   The present handbook is structured into three major parts for convenience - fundamentals, applications, and complementary material. It is unique and indispensable source of technical information for every mechanical engineer and will definitely be of particular use for materials engineers as it will show them the necessary cross-links to the important key topics of engineering. More than ninety industry professionals contributed in this volume. As a result, this book provides readers with details on the very fundamental building blocks of engineering. Among the key topics addressed in this book there are engineering maths and mechanics, design of various machine elements, turbomachinery, pressure vessels, heat exchangers, thermodynamics, material science, electrical engineering and power generation, manufacturing engineering and others.


Numerical Modelling in Damage Mechanics

   This publication belongs to the Innovative Technology Series. It consists of seventeen selected writings gathering all important recent advances in computational and numerical aspects of the damege mechanics; the intention of the author is to stimulate the current reserches as well as future challenges in this field of mechanics. the papers included in this book have been derived from the documents presented in the course of the Euromech Colloqium held at the University of Technology in Troyes in 2000.


Materials Selection and Applications in Mechanical Engineering

   Materials are basic to man's needs and it is well established that materials and energy are two of the most important entities that move the universe around. There is no economy without engineering, and there is no engineering without materials and energy. Mechanical engineering (ME) dedicates itself to building machines and equipment. In this pursuit, it involves itself in specifying the principles and functionality of machines and equipment. Through new designs, new machines are constantly being synthesized and brought to usage. The efficiency of machines and their useful lives depend upon how successfully the design principles have been deployed in their synthesis and how elegantly the machines have been produced. As the adage goes "without materials, there won't be any machine," it therefore derives that "without proper materials and their skillful application, there won't be any successful and efficient machines." For efficient and fruitful mechanical engineering or, indeed, for any engineering, it follows that the best and optimum possible materials be sought, processed properly and applied. This necessitates that the mechanical engineers be thoroughly conversant and skillful in selecting, processing, and applying the right kind of materials in the systems they develop and use. Best machines have been designed and built by engineers and scientists before, and this has been accomplished based on past experience of materials' functionality. However, numerous problems that arose during applications could be traced to materials' deficiency. Better materials and/or synthesis procedures were adopted to overcome those problems. Although most of these problems are well realized, the engineers are still forced to learn about them through practical experience. The engineering curricula offered in schools, I believe, are not offering adequate venues to bring all the materials-related information to design, manufacture, and maintenance of equipment.


Foundations of Mechanics

   This is the second, revised, edition of the Foundations of Mechanics. The book is truly a Bible of theoretical mechanics for people directly involved in field researches. The basic audience for this publication is engineers who are interested in the most popular geometrical methods in mechanics - it assumes some basic background in linear algebra and calculus; the book will also be useful to mathematicians and physicists. The material provided in the first edition of the book has been updated, new sections have been added by the authors on mechanocs, topology and the rigid body - in addition to that, numerous corrections have been made.


Finite Element Modeling for Stress Analysis

   This book is intended for beginning courses in finite elements (FE) that are oriented toward users of the method. The courses envisioned emphasize the behavior of FE and include computational work in which problems are solved by means of commercial software and the computed results are critically examined. The instructor may often sit with students at the computer to offer advice and to monitor their skill in modeling and assessment of results. The courses would use computational problems as vehicles to teach proper use of FE, rather than use FE as a way to solve certain problems. The book presents a modest amount of theory, discusses the nature of FE solutions, offers modeling advice, suggests computational problems, and emphasizes the need for checking the computed results. Problem areas treated are common in mechanical engineering and related disciplines. Suggested computational problems include topics often treated in a second course in stress analysis, such as spinning disks and elastic foundations. The computational problems usually have simple geometry, so that FE may be emphasized rather than details of data preparation. Some instructors especially those who teach more advanced students, may wish to devise problems of a more "real world" nature, despite their greater complexity. Several commercial FE programs are available for use on microcomputers and workstations. This book is not tailored to any particular FE program and therefore does not discuss the formalisms of input data preparation. Suitable software will have most of the following features: capability in static stress analysis, structural dynamics, vibration, and heat transfer; a good library of elements; some node and element generation capability; help screens; plotting and animation of displaced shapes; contour plotting of computed stresses without nodal averaging. The software must be easy to use, at the expense of versatility if necessary, so that time will not be wasted in learning procedures peculiar to a certain code but having little to do with insight into the FE method.


Dynamics for Engineers

   Dynamics for Engineers it the must-have publication for any engineer willing to be able to predict how a given engineering or physical system will behave under some specific circumstances. It provides readers with a systematic and truly comprehensive introduction to the techniques and methods that are in use for translation of the physical problems into the language of mathematics - it focuses on both non-linear and linear dynamical engineering systems. The author uses a very practical approach and supplements the text with a number of summaries, solved examples and problems - we can say that this book covers literally all aspects of the analysis and modelling of such systems. The book will also help readers in developing the proper geometric understanding of the dynamics of the engineering physical systems...


Materials Science and Engineering - An Introduction

   This ninth edition of Callister's "Materials Science and Engineering" promotes the understanding of the primary materials types, i.e. metals, polymers and ceramics as well as composites; it is also intended to promote the relationships existing between the sctructural elements of the above stated materials and their mechanical properties. The chapters of the book address such the important topics as atomic structure, interatomic bonding, mechanical properties of metallic materials, various imperfections in solid materials, failure, composite materials, electrical, thermal, magnetic and optical properties of the materials, structures, properties, applications and processing of ceramics, phase diagrams and transformations, material corrosion/degradation, mechanical properties of metals, dislocations and strengthening mechanisms etc.


Fundamentals of Structural Engineering

   This book is intended to servce as a good reference source for the students of various engineering disciplines who are exposed to the basic concepts of materials science and engineering mechanics. It is sufficiently comprehensive to be used for all levels. It will also be useful to people preparing for the engineering certification exam. However,all industry professionals will find this publication good for self-study and as a reference book. The author's aim was to develop the ability of the readers to analyze engineerign structures using manual computational procedures and validate computer-based predictions of structural response, educate students about structural behavior, provide them with the exposure to the computer-based methods, etc.


Mechanisms & Mechanical Devices Sourcebook

   Here is an excellent sourcebook for everyone interested in mechanical engineering and mechanics. The book contains technical descriptions and drawings of more than two thousand time-tested mechanical devices and mechanisms and shall be considered an encyclopedic guide providing readers with a very interesting historical information about various mechanical devices and components, illustrated articles and extensive pictorial directory of the mechanisms, devices and components that have already proven themselves in the various machines, products and systems. The key equations and charts for the design of mechanisms and complete index are also there.


Corrosion Engineering—Principles and Solved Problems

   This work reflects the author's experience teaching the corrosion courses at the University of South Carolina. It is intended to provide students with an extensive and thorough theoretical analysis of mass transfer, thermodynamics kinetics, passivation and potential theory, preparing a basis for proper understanding the electrochemical nature of the process of corrosion and the strategies for corrosion protection. There are numerous case studies solved in the book as well as corrosion analysis to help readers better understand the core principles of the corrosion process. The publication will be equally valuable as the self-study reference book or as a text for the corrosion courses.


Bearing Design in Machinery - Engineering Tribology and Lubrication

   The book by Avraham Horney covers the very fundamental physical principles of bearing selection, addressing such the important aspects as lubrication, proper arrangement and housing, advanced materials for fabrication of the bearings, design computations and others. As declared by the author, he had four main obectives. The frst one was to provide readers with the theory of the bearing design presented in a bit simplified for, and with some emphasis made on the basic concepts. The second obective was to make the text self-contained so that the students and engineers could study it without taking pre-requisite advanced courses. The third objective was to emphasize the practical concepts. The last, fourth, objective, was to encourage readers to innovate unique solutions and design ideas related to the design of bearings.


Fracture and Bending Mechanics

   Here is the very first edition of the "Fracture and Bending Mechanics" by Erich Cavazos and Robert Khan. As the name of the book implies, it concentrated on the mechanic processes taking place in the materials during the bending process and when fracturing. And here are the main topics discussed in the publication - Fracture mechanics; Fatigue (material); Fractography; Focal mechanism; Fracture toughness; Fracture; Structural fracture mechanics; Peridynamics; Bending; Euler-Bernoulli beam equation; Stress (mechanics); Shear stress; Timoshenko beam theory.


Engineering Mathematics Pocket Book

   This fourth edition of the book was prepared with the author's intention to provide engineers, students, scientists and technicians working in any field, with a concise and easy-to-use reference source of the essential mathematical definitions, tables, formulae and other information they may require during their day-to-day work situations or studies. The text of the book has been significantly re-designed in order to make the information easire to access and use. The material provided in the publication is divided into 16 main chapters for convenience. Have a look in this book, it is definitely must-have one for every engineer.


Engineering Mechanics

   The 3rd (revised) edition of so popular Engineering Mechanics by K. L. Kumar. The must have publication for every engineer regargless of the field. Here are just some of the topics addressed in this book - Engineering mechanics - what and why? (intro to the subject); Review of SI Units; Review of vectors; Force systems; Equilibrium analysis of static systems; Various applications in statics - Simple structures; Thin rigid beams; Friction; Central points; Kinematics and dynamics of rigid bodies; Moment of inertia; Various applications in dynamics; Impact of 2 bodies; Central force motion; Virtual work and potential energy principles; Vibrations of mechanical systems...


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